Here's How Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Made Their Wedding 'Feel Intimate'
The wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, took place on Saturday,19th of May 2018, with a lot of audience both at the venue and outside the venue, but the couple still found a way to "feel intimate."
The union between Henry Charles Albert David and the popular actress was exceedingly breath-taking with guests ranging above 400 individuals, including members of the public above 1000 in capacity who stood outside the chapel.
Ready to welcome the new couple, the event coverage also had a lot of audience with above 22 million in America and close to 30 million in the United Kingdom. Regardless of the intense crowd and the paparazzi, the couple found a way to feel intimate during their wedding ceremony.
Arrangements including all activities performed on the wedding day such as the movement of the page boys and bridesmaids, the wedding cake, the attire of the groom as well as the dress of the bride amongst other things, were carefully monitored by the couple.
Aware of the large crowd in attendance, as well as all other national and international news agencies present, the couple explained that they were able to bring intimacy to their wedding despite the odds, due to the personal touches made by both of them.
Markle added that the touches made had personal meanings and were symbolic in creating a more intimate feel at the Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Markle's bespoke wedding dress and the veil was made by Givenchy artist director, Claire Waight Keller. The gown included an acknowledgment to the Commonwealth with flowers carefully and beautifully designed into her veil representing all 53 nations of the Commonwealth.
On the veil, in addition to the flowers, Markle added a blue piece of fabric. She calls it, "something blue," which was a piece of fabric taken from the dress she wore when she and the Prince had their first date. The bride seems to have carefully crafted the dress as it symbolizes both political and personal issues.
She also wore a tiara to go with her outstanding dress. It made her look more like royalty in her wedding dress. The tiara was given to her by Queen Elizabeth, Harry's grandmother.
The attire worn by Prince Harry for the wedding caught everyone's attention, it was the uniform of the Household Cavalry, made by Dege & Skinner.
He further stated that he chose the uniform with the permission of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth and that the coat was his favorite and one of the smartest Household Cavalry uniforms. He said,
"I was very fortunate to wear that on that day."
The couple concluded that it was a miracle. Everything had played out according to plan, including the little kids under the age of 7 that acted as bridesmaids and page boys.
The wedding, particularly Markle's choice of dress and flowers, influenced the choices of other brides for their weddings.